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Anguilla, British Virgin Islands and Sint Maarten - October 16, 2017

Effective October 12, 2017 normal mail operations have resumed as a result of Hurricane Irma that impacted operations since since September 6, 2017.

Costa Rica - October 16, 2017

Effective October 13, 2017 postal services have been restored in much of the country after Tropical Storm Nate. The Government of the Republic of Costa Rica had declared a state of national emergency and all postal services had been suspended since October 5, 2017.

In some offices, operations have resumed at reduced capacity, leading to potential delivery delays for letters, parcels and EMS items.

The postal codes corresponding to the offices with reduced capacity are as follows: 10309, 10312, 10601, 10603–10606, 11901, 11905, 11910, 11911, 30107, 30803, 50204, 50303, 50304, 50306, 50501, 50502, 50702, 50703, 50801–50805, 60102, 60103, 60103, 60106, 60109, 60111, 60114, 60115, 60116, 60204, 60205, 60301, 60303, 60304, 60306, 60308, 60401, 60402, 60402, 60403, 60502, 60601, 60603, 60702, 60901 and 61101.

Brazil - October 16, 2017

The strike that was affecting delivery operations since September 20, 2017 ended on October 11, 2017.  Delivery delays can be expected as back logs are cleared.

Costa Rica - October 10, 2017

As a result of Tropical Storm Nate, the Government of the Republic of Costa Rica has declared a state of national emergency. All postal services have been suspended as of October 5, 2017. This will lead to delays in the processing and delivery of letter mail, parcels and EMS items.

Mexico - October 5, 2017

Since September 25, 2017, normal mail operations have resumed in Mexico.  Operations were affected since September 19, 2017 due to an earthquake that temporarily halted operations at Mexico City International Airport.

Italy - September 22, 2017

The workers strike at Poste Italiane that started on Monday, September 18, 2017, is slowing down the operations of international parcels and delivery.  Delays can be expected.

Brazil - September 22, 2017

In some regions of the country, a strike has been affecting delivery operations since Wednesday, September 20, 2017.

A business continuity plan is in place to ensure normality in the provision of services and minimize possible impacts. However, the partial work stoppage may affect the delivery of inbound postal items (letter post, parcels and EMS items).

Customers are advised to hold on to mail destined to Brazil until we provide further updates.

Dominica - September 22, 2017

All postal services have been suspended in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

Many buildings, private and public were compromised.  There is no electricity, running water, or telecommunication services.

Mexico - September 21, 2017

Due to the earthquake that struck Mexico on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, operations at Mexico City International Airport have been temporarily halted. The USPS is continuing to accept mail for Mexico and currently expects to resume dispatches on Monday, September 25, 2017. Delays in delivery can be expected.

Mexico - September 20, 2017

Due to the earthquake that struck Mexico on Tuesday, September 19, inbound and outbound postal operations are suspended until further notice at Mexico City International Airport.

Local mail delivery in the affected regions south of Mexico City, mainly Chiapas and Oaxaca, will experience delays.

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